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It is widely believed that B2B e-commerce will help firms in developing countries to reduce cost and to improve their access to global market. Yet, developing countries are still some way from success in their adoption of B2B e-commerce. This paper explores social and cultural perspectives that impact on B2B e-commerce adoption in developing countries.(More)
Introduction Since the commercialisation of the Internet in the early 1990's, its use has grown exponentially. Exact usage figures for Internet usage are impossible to obtain, but suggestions that around 40 million people use the Internet each day can be found in a variety of sources (see, for example, Hobbes' Internet Timeline). One of the most popular(More)
This chapter discusses the broad theme of clinician-centric end-user acceptance toward the adoption of personal digital assistants (PDAs) as mobile-based health information deployment platforms within ambulatory care service settings. Personal digital assistants, ambulatory care, and point of care are defined and the interrelatedness of each discussed.(More)
The information-intensive nature of the tourism and travel industry suggests an important role for Web technology in the promotion and marketing of tourist destinations. With reports of travel purchases and reservations being one of the fastest growing segments of the Internet community (eMarketer, 2002), it is no surprise that the number of tourism(More)